- Sjava has encouraged Emtee to stay positive regardless of the shade that their former record label keeps throwing at him
- Embattled Ambitiouz Entertainment took to social media on Monday morning and made jokes about music awards aimed at Emtee
- Emtee has taken the record label to court over his royalties dating back to 2015 and over his awards
Sjava has encouraged former stable-mate Emtee to stay positive after their former record label threw major shade at the Roll Up hitmaker.
Ambitiouz Entertainment took to social media on Monday morning and made jokes about music awards.
The stable tweeted:
"Since it's Monday, we thought we should do some jokes about awards. But no one will get them."
Emtee has taken the record label to court over his royalties dating back to 2015 and over his awards. He wants Ambitiouz to give him all the accolades he won while he was still signed to them.
The rapper and the label have been involved in a twar since he left them in 2019.
Sjava tweeted Emtee on Monday just after midday. The Linda hitmaker reminded Emtee that there are still people that love him and believe in his talent. Sjava urged Emtee to focus his attention on the people who care about him.
"There are more people that love, respect and believe in you and those are the people that deserve your love and attention, always remember that. Your music inspires and motivates black kids to go for their dreams, parents included, don’t let anyone or anything break you."
Sjava broke free from the embattled record label just a few weeks ago. The muso announced that their professional relationship was over. The star said he prefers to keep the reason for walking away private, for now.
Briefly.co.za has reported that Emtee has opened up about his financial difficulties due to the money allegedly owed to him by Ambitiouz Entertainment.
He said he cannot even do giveaways or donate to good causes because of his money woes. A tweep had asked the star why he never does give-aways or donations on his timeline like other Mzansi celebs.
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